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Johnny´s Scorpions

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by journeys and scorpions, Oct 6, 2012.

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    Hello together :)


    Babycurus jacksoni ( Chocolat Morph, Tansania )

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  2. Beautiful pictures! I like the female with only two babies on her back. I'm guessing that wasn't the whole brood?
     
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  3. Olsin

    Olsin Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Agreed....cute pictures ;)
     
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  4. darkness975

    darkness975 dream reaper Arachnosupporter

    Great shots and nice and clear as well!
     
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  5. I thank u all :)

    In the pictures, most kittens are already down. She threw a lot of chocolate morph and a few nominate :)

    Some new...


    Babycurus jacksoni ( chocolat morph, Tanzania, pregnant )
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    1.0.0
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    3. Instar
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    3. Instar ( Regular )
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    Hottentotta trilineatus ( yellow morph, Tanzania ), 3. Instar
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    Hottentotta jayakari, 3. Instar
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    4. Instar
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    4. Instar
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    Leiurus quinquestriatus, 5. Instar, 0.1.0
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    5. Instar, 1.0.0
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    Tityus stigmurus ( Brazil ), 4. Instar and 6. Instar
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    Hottentotta hottentotta, 4. Instar
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    Hottentotta hottentotta ( ex - caboverdensis ), 4. Instar
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    Buthus elongatus ( Spain, Marbella ), 3. Instar
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    3. Instar
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    Centruroides infamatus ( Mexico ), 4. Instar
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    5. Instar
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    5. Instar
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    Centruroides nigrescens ( Mexico )
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    Mesobuthus gibbosus ( Greece ), 0.1.0
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    Rhopalurus junceus ( Cuba ), 5. Instar
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    Hottentotta judaicus ( Israel ), 1.0.0
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    Centruroides gracilis ( Florida )
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    Centruroides gracilis ( Florida ), 0.1.0
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    Centruroides elegans ( Mexico ), 6. Instar
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    Androctonus amoreuxi, 0.1.0, Subadult
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    0.1.0, Subadult
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    Centruroides balsasensis ( Mexico ), 5. Instar
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    Rhopalurus crassicauda ( Guayana ), 1.0.0
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    Centruroides nigrescens ( Mexico ), 2. Instar
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    Androctonus australis ( libycus ), 4. Instar
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    Rhopalurus crassicauda ( Guayana, pregnant )
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    Mesobuthus eupeus haarlovi ( Afghanistan, Uruzgan ), 4. Instar
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    Mesobuthus gibbosus ( Greece - Rhodos ), 0.1.0
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    1.1.0
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    Rhopalurus crassicauda ( Guayana )
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    Lychas mucronatus ( China, pregnant )
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    Hottentotta polystictus ( Tanzania - Arusha, pregnant )
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    Centruroides nigrescens ( Mexico ), 3. Instar
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    Hottentotta saulcyi ( Afghanistan - Uruzgan ), 1.0.0
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    Rhopalurus pintoi ( Guayana ), 2. Instar
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    Parabuthus raudus ( Namibia / Dark Morph ), 2. Instar
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    Parabuthus schlechteri, 3. Instar
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    Buthus malhommei ( Marocco ), 2. Instar
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    Centruroides nigrescens ( Mexico ), 4. Instar
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    Lychas mucronatus ( Indonesia, pregnant ), 1.2.0
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    Lychas mucronatus ( Indonesia )
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    Rhopalurus junceus ( Cuba ), 0.1.0
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    Parabuthus villosus ( Black Morph ), 1.0.0 – Subadult
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    Hottentotta polystictus ( Tanzania - Arusha)
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    Hottentotta polystictus ( Tanzania - Arusha ), with 2. Instar
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    Centruroides nigrescens ( Mexico )
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    Hottentotta sp., 4. Instar
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    Parabuthus pallidus, 4. Instar
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    lg

    Alex
     
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  6. Olsin

    Olsin Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Excellent collection you have there Johnny...I especially like the C.gracilli's bicolor morphs and that last P.villosus pic of your SA male.

    Have you had any of your R.pintoi 2i's moult to 3i?
     
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  7. Thank u :). I like the C. gracilis ( Florida ) too.


    That's a good question. I have only one of 9 in the 3rd Instar get. The others died. They prove to be difficult for me :)

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  8. snippy

    snippy Arachnobaron

    Wow, that's a nice bunch of pictures!

    I have not seen the first one of the B. jacksoni yet, absolutely lovely :)
    The young seem huge compared to the female. Was it a small litter?

    Regards
    Finn
     
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  9. Olsin

    Olsin Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Sorry Alex, i didn't notice your name at the bottom of your listings .. and R.pintoi has also proved very difficult for me to .. Coincidentally my female also had a brood of 9 and of them all have died (for no apparent reason) apart from one, although that one is still 2i...A very difficult species!

    Regards.
    Den
     
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  10. :) yes

    The female was not very big and she had a litter with 25 scorplings, if I correctly remembered. An Adult male from the litter also has a good size ;-)


    No Problem ;-)

    I know not exactly why the animals died. The previous day one had eaten and the next day he died ...
     
  11. Alex, wonderful and diverse collection! Very nice pictures too. ;) I like the Buthus elongatus, among others. What kind of camera did you use?
     
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  12. Hello :) thank u

    I have a simple Canon Powershot A 480 ;-).
     
  13. Do You have ay pics of your cages? The scorp pics are great but I really like to see cage setups..
    By the way where in Germany are you located? I once live in Munich, a beautiful city as well as country..
     
  14. Hello :)

    I currently have many Scorplings and a few adults. The adults are all in big boxes. I make pictures with no intention what one sees in the background :) of imprisonment.

    I come from Koblenz, Rheinland Pfalz ... a bit far away from Munich :)
    Munich is beautiful :). What are you doing there?
     
  15. Great pictures.
     
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  16. ~Abyss~

    ~Abyss~ Arachnoking Old Timer

    Alex, those pictures are gorgeous. I love the mexican species
     
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  17. Hello,

    many thanks to all ;-)

    Thanks Abyss :)...U mean C. nigrescens and the other...? C. nigrescens is my favourite species of Scorpions. I like the matt black, the size and behavior. The size is great for Centruroides and the matt black is almost the only one of scorpions. Tityus asthenes is a bit of the color similar in :).
    But many Animals from Mexico are great...Spiders...Brachypelma auratum ;-).
     
  18. Hi Alex,

    As I said, nice diverse collection! I'm guessing you're breeding all of those species...do you have any others that you are planning on getting? Just curious. ;)

    Cordially,
    Tuhin
     
  19. I wish I had a collection like yours.
     

  20. Some scorpions are no longer in my possession, but will be back;-).
    In the near future to come back a few ways ... but what exactly will be seen then :). Will then take pictures :).


    Thanx :). I always think I do not have so many animals, there must always be more ... but then you have more work :).
    Some breeders have many more. Before that, I pull my hat :)
     
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